The 2014 DLF Forum will be in Atlanta, GA, October 27-29 at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center.
Participation is open to all who are interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museum and archives services, and collections. The Forum will feature presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more.
The Program will be available in August.
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Recent Forum News
We are pleased to announce the two keynote speakers for the 2014 DLF Forum: On Monday, October 27th, Dr. Bethany Nowviskie will open the Forum, challenging our thinking regarding our libraries, governance and professional roles. Bethany is the director of the Scholars’ Lab and Department of Digital Research & Scholarship at …Read More
The 2014 DLF Forum is only two months away and the Program Planning Committee is happy to announce the program. We received over 100 proposals, our largest response to a call for contributions, which enabled us to craft a strong and exciting program that represent the large tent …Read More
In 2010, the Digital Library Federation made a positive change and commitment to being an open organization, welcoming members from all aspects of the digital library community, soliciting contributions to the annual Forum from members and non members alike, and making every effort to connect …Read More
Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) and DLF are pleased to support two travel grants for the DLF Forum in Atlanta, October 27–29. The purpose of these grants is to extend the opportunity to attend the DLF Forum to two library professionals who would not typically go, but who …Read More
The DLF community is always looking for ways to expand the conversation around digital collections and related activities and include new perspectives at the Forum. This year, we are actively seeking participation from those who work with digital collections and services in museums in order to enrich our understanding …Read More